If you guessed this was from a story about FSU's spring game, you'd be wrong. It's a quote from a South Carolina newspaper after Clemson's spring game last Saturday. But we understand the confusion. Especially when compared to something eerily similar from a Florida newspaper:
"...FSU's defense racked up 11 sacks, intercepted two passes and recovered two fumbles Saturday night."
Clemson must replace four offensive line starters from last year but is still a favorite to win the ACC. FSU's OL is a work in progress, with incoming freshmen counted on for depth. Which coaching staff can turn a spring liability into a late season asset capable of giving its team an offensive advantage? A potential conference championship, Tommy Bowden's job and Rick Trickett's reputation are all riding on the answer.